Cruise the Backwaters on a Houseboat

Overview

The Kerala backwaters is the rather unappealing name given to the peaceful and picturesque palm-lined network of lagoons, lakes, rivers, and canals that run inland from the coast of Kerala, from Kochi (Cochin) to Kollam (Quilon). The main entry point, situated between Kochi and Kollam, is Alleppey. At the heart of the backwaters is vast Vembanad Lake.

Traditionally, the backwaters are used by locals for transport, fishing, and agriculture. Annual snake boat races, held along the backwaters, also provide a great source of entertainment for the locals and tourists alike.

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Activity Policy detail

·         Cruise the backwaters of Kerala by houseboat

·         Feast on a Keralan lunch aboard your boat

·         Admire the traditional wooden houseboats of the Aleppey/Alappuzha

·         Drift past paddy fields and coconut palms

·         Discover the lush region of Alappuzha ("Alleppey")

·         See the famous Chinese fishing nets of Fort Kochi.

Cancellation Policy detail

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts.